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Beverly van de Velde | 26 Jul 2012 | 0 comments

Train. Certify. Succeed!

Symantec just launched the new Symantec Certified Professional (SCP) program, which includes a Cloud Security training path and certification. 

Demonstrate your knowledge of cloud technologies and Symantec cloud security best practices and solutions.

850-001: Symantec Cloud Security 1.0

This exam is the first in the line of SCP exams and is based on the Symantec Cloud Security Essentials (SCSE) course. The SCP certification exam targets professionals who are tasked with architecting, recommending, or implementing a company’s data security strategy in the cloud.  The 3-day instructor-led SCSE course covers the 13 domains of cloud security outlined by the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and demonstrates the implementation of a variety of Symantec products for secure operation in cloud environments.

The SCP in Cloud Security 1.0...

Beverly van de Velde | 29 Feb 2012 | 1 comment

Train. Certify. Succeed!
Second Level of Symantec Certification Coming Soon!

Symantec plans to offer a second level of certification called the Symantec Certified Professional (SCP) in the summer of 2012. The SCP level will have several paths to validate your technical competencies based on specific areas of solution expertise with multiple Symantec products. The new SCP program will include a Symantec Cloud Security Essentials training and certification path to certify technical competencies of cloud technologies and cloud security, including knowledge of how to implement Symantec products to secure confidential data in the cloud.

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Digital Dave | 27 Feb 2012 | 1 comment

Train. Certify. Succeed!

Today, at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, California, Symantec Education Services announced a partnership with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) to offer cloud security training and certification to our valued customers and partners.

Only 1-in-4 organizations have staff with any experience in the cloud, according to research from Symantec. Furthermore, half of security leaders rated their IT staff less than somewhat prepared or completely unprepared for the cloud. Cloud security needs leadership and to standardize training and skills that fill this gap, so organizations can seize on the opportunities that cloud presents.

Why cloud certification?

  • Validate technical credibility and industry knowledge
  • Increase industry recognition...